The best you can do and the best something can be done are two entirely different things. It’s a concept that goes right back to the old saying, “There’s more than one way to skin a cat.” Simply defaulting to how we know to do something doesn’t mean we’re doing
Being a great boss or mentor means investing in the success of others. It means taking an active role in helping employees and mentees find the ONE Thing that’s going to help them reach their biggest goals. The role of boss and/or mentor comes with a fair amount of responsibility.
Have a long commute to work? Do you absorb information best by listening? Are you a fan of talk radio? If so, podcasts are a fantastic resource for improving your productivity. Being more productive is high on just about everyone’s wish list, from Fortune 500 CEOs to college students. The
When the clock is ticking down we focus in on every second that passes because each moment matters. If you’ve ever watched a basketball game you’ve seen this in action. A single shot before the buzzer can mean the difference between winning and losing. Every player on the court knows
It’s officially the holiday season, a time where everything just seems to speed up. For some of us, it’s an exciting time as we look back on all we’ve accomplished throughout the year. For the rest of us, it’s a time of uncertainty. Where, even though our lives are moving
It’s destined to be a good year. You’re making sure of it. You’ve set your big goals and determined what steps you have to take to be on track to achieve them. While doing this sets you up for success, there is one more thing you can do to assure
When it comes to using the principles of The ONE Thing to improve the different areas of your life, the options are numerous. Just for starters, you may have determined what ONE Thing makes everything else easier or unnecessary for your personal life, for your business, or for your health.
[This is the first part of a two-part series where we’ll walk readers through the different qualities of resilience] Life isn’t always like a box of chocolates. It’s more like turning the millstone. We’re constantly grinding, battling uphill, getting, bitter, upset, and burned out all to have a chance at
Entrepreneurs tend to be naturally curious individuals. They constantly pursue knowledge and improvement. Bookstores can lend a helping hand with entire sections of career-improving non-fiction. However, every book isn’t exactly a winner. Below is our list of the top 10 books for today’s entrepreneurs. From cover to cover,
One of the greatest struggles in life is the battle for a sense of control. It’s easy to feel like our lives our in the hands of fate. But, that isn’t entirely the case. In the 2011 film 50/50, Joseph Gordon Levitt plays a 27-year-old journalist who is suddenly diagnosed